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Listening to the latest politics, you’ll see there seems to be a leaning towards socialism on the left. When the world becomes a socialist place, it means that there is no one particular ownership or class, but rather a group or a collective.
It means that everybody ends up with the same amount of needs met. But the kicker is that even if one person works harder or makes more than the other guy, the surplus wealth or supplies are taken from the person who works harder and passed around to those who didn’t.
The goal of socialism is supposedly to make sure that everyone’s basic needs are taken care of. The focus is supposed to be on humanity instead of making money. However, this way of life is dangerous because when the government is running the show, you can bet distribution isn’t going to be even.
What you might see as a need for your family, the government will have the authority to decide that it’s not. But your neighbor might have the same need and the government decides that need is genuine.
Whenever control over your life is turned over to someone else, they’ll determine how you live it. Some people think that countries who practice socialism are better off. They believe that the government can take care of them.
They think that the production of food and basic supplies will always be available because the government says so. They believe the government can control the cost of goods and that they’ll make sure to look out for the people whenever there’s a surplus or a deficit.
What actually happens, however, is that you end up with a government control over basic human needs that’s mired in red tape, employees that are overworked, and unable to respond to what people must have to survive.
When the government has control over all of the resources that should be in the hands of the people, you can bet that there will be politics taking place behind the scenes. These politics will be considered before your needs will.
As a result, people will struggle to find food, water and other necessities. It’s up to you to determine if your family is taken care of in times of upheaval. It’s up to you whether or not your family has what they need when socialism takes over.
You need to start preparing now. Make sure you have a water supply that doesn’t rely on the government, such as a well. Have a way to heat your home that’s off the grid. Stock up on food and basic necessities.
Make sure that you have a way to protect what’s yours. When you’re prepared for socialism, you won’t have to worry about whether or not you and your family will be taken care of.